Author has written 18 stories for Sherlock, Alice in Wonderland, Mythology, Vampire Diaries, Star Trek: 2009, Doctor Who, Master and Commander, and Thor.
Hey ho hey ho hey! Welcome to the profile of Missing Triforce!
And my name...The Triforce has a hole in the middle so it's missing! Get it? =D
I am what I like to call, a "universal nerd." It means I like almost any fandom ever. I'll probably love whatever you love.
For example, here's a list: Legend of Zelda, Old Magic, Vampire Diaries/Twilight, Alice in Wonderland, Spiderman, Shakespeare (especially Hamlet!), Sherlock Holmes/BBC Sherlock (that one kind of exploded all over my brain everyplace), Firefly, Naruto, Disney, Pride & Prejudice, Ella Enchanted, Beauty & the Beast, everything King Arthur, Doctor Who, the Hunger Games, Harry Potter etc etc etc.
That being said, you may guess that there will be a variety of fandoms represented here. Please read and review! I am hoping to use reviews to improve my writing.
As for me giving reviews, I specialize in character studies. There are so many AWESOME and EPIC fictions on this site! Thank you all for writing such wonderful stories!
ALSO, HELLO, LOOK HERE: My great and brilliant friend Charlotte Blackwood has e-published her first original novella, Those We Trust! It's a psychological thriller and very short, easy for a train/car ride or a night-in. And only $3.99! Here's the description:
"Harmony Boyd is an aspiring writer and college student who falls in love with a tabooed man, and that love is returned. What she doesn't know is someone close to her is watching everything. What will the consequences of her actions be, for her and everyone around her?"
You can purchase Those We Trust on Smashwords dot com, search for it under the title or by the author name, Charlotte Blackwood.
For "The Hatter, On Alice": This is more like a character relationship study than a story. It draws from the original Lewis Carroll "Alice in Wonderland" and "Alice Through the Looking Glass" in addition to a fan webcomic called "When Curiosity Met Insanity" (WCMI) by Bri-chan and Rain. My ficlet takes place after Chapter 14.
"Falling Through Time & Relative Dimensions" was the result of a writing prompt given to me on tumblr. As it says in the little author intro, I have no plans currently to continue it. Then again, we could play a game. You give me prompts and I'll make it the next chapter. Mmmmmm?
I'm beginning to think that "You Should Have Let Me Sleep" is my special pet project that not many people will pay attention to, so an extra special thank you if you do! It's almost all my fandoms mushed together. Seriously. Right now my plans have it including the following: Star Trek, Sherlock, Elementary, Avengers, X-Men Movie ‘verse, Merlin, Master & Commander, and Supernatural. Most of these are cameo roles, but still. I be cray-cray.
For my non-AU BBC Sherlock fics: If you want to put them in chronological order it would be "Who Knew?" (up to The Final Problem & The Empty House) "Desiccated Fireworks" (which would happen during the second chapter of "Who Knew?" but from Moran & Moriarty's POV), "Go to Sleep" (the first months after Sherlock returns/a bit after they've started cases again), "To Dispel My Nightmares" (6-7 months after Sherlock returns), "After" (a week or two after the final events of TDMN), "God Save the Child" (a month after "After" lol), "It All Ends After This" (around two years later), "Let's Just See a Moment"(another two years). What you see in my story thing is the order I wrote them in, which bounces them all over the place.
"History of a Vampyre" is an alternate universe BBC Sherlock songfic and fits no where in the above timeline. In canon terms, it chronicles from two years before "A Study in Scarlet" (in BBC canon, "A Study in Pink") to the events following "The Final Problem," totally ignoring The Great Hiatus and "The Adventure of the Empty House."
"Howl" and its sequel "Bisclavert" are alternate universe BBC Sherlock fics featuring dark!werewolf!John. They do not fit in any other Sherlock AU timeline. "Howl" begins sometime after "The Great Game." "Bisclavert" begins shortly after "Howl" ends and encompasses all of Season 2. "A Scandal of Belgravia" happens, but is not mentioned or referred to while "Hounds" and "Fall" are incorporated into the story. "Howl" was designed to be a supernatural reverse-Riechenbach, and an experimentation with the stream of consciousness writing style. "Bisclavert" turned into...lots of things semi-on-accident? It's part-study of John Watson's character, part-how to heal from extreme grief if you're Sherlock Holmes, part-Missing Triforce ponders polyamorous relationships and the tangled web of the heart (really now: GL/SH/MH/JW), and mostly Missing Triforce literally goes wherever a story takes her and extremely odd things result. You can all thank WaffleNinja for lots of the plot bunnies of "Bisclavert."
People have asked for werewolf!John sequels and I...am slightly torn? I got really quite dehydrated one afternoon and received a vision for a starting point for a third story. However, I'm also interested and going backwards and chronicling The Missing Decade, but that wouldn't have the one of the main characters in it so my current status on werewolf sequels is *throws hands in the air* ????????
"The Traveler: an act in five parts" is very, very alternate universe Sherlock. Or is it? It has its own timeline, which is posted as the last chapter. This story is my attempt at mindfuckery and if you have any questions, please either leave the question in a review or private message. I am currently contemplating a short Welcome to Night Vale crossover sequel. Also, no, I refuse to be institutionalized.
Also see: Like Harry Potter? "Love is a Battlefield" chronicles two families--the four Wilde sisters and four of the Weasley brothers--through the Second Wizarding War, following their hardships, love lives, and relationships as the world falls to pieces (and comes back together) around them. It goes from Harry's Fourth Year to the end of the seventh book. The sisters--Emma, Val, Joss, and Jo--are each penned by a different author. Jo is my voice. The other, much more fantastic authors are xyellowconverse, Charlotte Blackwood, and Freakin' Little. The story is posted on Charlotte Blackwood's site. A link to her site (and that of Freakin' Little and xyellowconverse) can be found under my Favorite Authors tab. "Love is a Battlefield" can be found under my Favorite Stories tab.
Coming Soon: I will be partnering with the very lovely and amazing Mistress of Dark Emotion Charlotte Blackwood to create a Hunger Games Fanfiction called "The Peace: the Untold Story." It will take up almost a little before Mockingjay left off and introduce two OCs into Peeta, Katniss, & Haymitch's lives. More info to come! It will be posted ON HER SITE. A link to her site can be found under my Favorite Author's tab.
I hope all your lives are phantasmigorical!!!